Golden Creeper 1 gallon
days to maturity:
plant spacing: 1 plant per 4 square feet
sunlight requirements: 8-14 hours
look out for: over watering
harvest notes: not edible
Native to South Florida beaches, Golden Creeper(aka Beach Creeper or Coughbush), is both a beautiful and useful ground cover. Not reaching more than 3 feet tall, Golden Creeper's leaves are a yellowish-green and it's small, pink and white flowers bloom year round, attracting hummingbirds. The golden berries that give this plant it's name provide food for birds and small wildlife. It is also great for erosion control. Place this unique plant in full sun and well drained soil and allow it to thrive with little to no special attention.
First photograph courtesy of Plant Creations nursery, where we source this plant.